Like many of Atlanta’s esteemed intown neighborhoods, Brookwood Hills boasts breathtaking homes, a rich history and while private and secluded feeling, it’s within walking distance of some of the city’s most alluring attractions.
Since 1922, Brookwood Hills has consistently developed a sense of community and a unique identity that persists to this day. With one visit to the five-acre, neighborhood-owned swimming, tennis and park compound, you’ll see and feel the tight-knit manner in which residents come together and interact.
Huge oaks and winding sidewalks line the attractive streets of Brookwood Hills, and for lovers of architecture, the area is a true playground. It’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the National Park Service call’s its properties diverse, which many consider an understatement.
“The residences of Brookwood Hills are diverse in style, scale and building materials, and reflect a full range of early 20th-century architecture. Eclectic styles and elements are represented by Tudor, Colonial, Neoclassical, Bungalow, and Cottage styles. A variety of building materials, clapboard, brick, stone, clay roof, and slate roofing add to the architectural diversity.”
Couched between Buckhead and Midtown, Brookwood Hills offers convenient access to entertainment venues; a variety of different restaurants and eateries; endless shopping opportunities, from sprawling malls to small boutiques; as well as art galleries and cultural centers. However, when traversing its streets – which many walkers, cyclists and joggers enjoy because of its pedestrian friendly design – you’ll be amazed at how private, secluded and quiet this coveted intown community really is.